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Sharon Osborne, Danny and Dani Dyer join Nativity! The Musical 2019

Sharon Osborne will join father and daughter Danny and Dani Dyer in the cast of Nativity! The Musical this Christmas.


The stage adaption of the classic festive film will return for a new tour and run in London for 2019.

Sharon Osbourne, Danny and Dani Dyer will appear in the cast for the London dates at the EventIM Apollo in Hammersmith.

The musical will run from December 11 through to 29 December.

Osbourne and the Dyers join Rylan Clark-Neal and Simon Lipkin on the London cast, together with Scott Garnham, Ashleigh Gray, Jonathan Bourne, Charles Brunton, Jamie Chapman, Penelope Woodman, Dawn Buckland, Connor Ewing, Kade Ferraiolo, Amy Oxley, Helena Pipe and Billy Roberts.

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Producer Jamie Wilson said: “Nativity! The Musical has been delighting audiences in London and the U.K since 2017 and we are incredibly proud of our show. We are thrilled with this years’ cast and we can’t wait to see Sharon Osbourne and Danny Dyer on stage together in London.”

Ahead of its run in London, Nativity! The Musical will tour the UK starting in Wolverhampton in October.

The show will then move to Aylesbury, Canterbury, Cardiff, Plymouth and Southampton.

Dani Dyer will join the tour for performances in Wolverhampton, Cardiff, Southampton. Note that Osbourne, Danny Dyer, Clark-Neal and Lipkin will appear only at the London dates.

Based on the hit Christmas film starring Martin Freeman, Nativity! The Musical is written by Debbie Isitt, the director of the movie, with music and lyrics by Nicky Ager and Isitt.

Choreography comes from Andrew Wright, design by David Woodhead, lighting design by Tim Mitchell, sound design by Tom Marshall and musical supervision and orchestrations by George Dyer.

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.